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Develop your own coastal adaptation strategy by learning key methodologies and techniques.

The IMCORE project ran from 2008 to 2011 and was funded under the EU Interreg IVB programme.

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Access or download overviews, tools, techniques and examples of visualisation tools, educational tools, legal and policy tools, future scenario techniques, etc

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Practical tips for following the IMCORE approach to planning to adapt to coastal climate change 

Tagazan database : initiatives to manage coastal risks linked to climate change

The database gathers initiatives to manage coastal risks linked to climate change sent by IMCORE partners. Its consultation interface aims to help the user in finding the most interesting initiatives for him. Indeed, the exploration of the database is possible through three alternatives : (1) by accessing all texts classified by categories; (2) through a search by words in the texts; (3) through tags which are linked to pieces of text selected (tag cloud). There is a handbook that describes step by step these functionalities.


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Link to the online database in English

Link to the online database in French


"TOOL REVIEW: To be completed by December 2011"
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Author

Queffelec Betty, Debaz Josquin, Nils Grundwald, Manuelle Philippe

Keywords
case studies, database, risk management, climate change
Last update

April 2010

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Contact details

Contact details if feedback is desired by author/s

Dr. Betty Queffelec, Maritime Institute, Ghent University,

Universiteitstraat 4, B-9000 Ghent, Belgium

Tel : 00 32 (0)9 264 97 65

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Recommended external resources:

encoralogoEncora project database (2007)

 

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This database is mainly for Local Authorities and stakeholders.



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To be completed by December 2011

This learning portal brings together the results and lessons learned from the IMCORE project. This project was funded under the Interreg IVB programme from 2008 to 2011.

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